## Some Useful Links and Information

**Information from the Graduate School**

For general information, check the Graduate Bulletin.

For more specific information, these links are located on the Graduate School page: Important Documents and Important Dates.

**Handbooks for our****programs**

The Data Science Handbook for students in the Data Science program.

The Master's Program Handbook (for students in the Master's program in Mathematics, Mathematics with Specialization in Statistics, or Statistics)

The CSS PhD Handbook (for students in the PhD program in Computational Science and Statistics)

**Thesis Formatting**

The Graduate School has a site with the Thesis & Dissertation Guidelines. If you are writing a thesis (PhD or Master's) in LaTeX, you can use this template created by Erin Nichols or this template created by Ryan Swanstrom. You can download a variety of TeX/LaTeX editors and the TeX/LaTeX source code from MiKTeX. In addition, this site allows you to see the results of your TeX edits in real time.

Some good examples of past theses:

- Darren Row's Masters Thesis in Mathematics
- Nathaniel Lutz's Masters Thesis in Statistics
- Thomas Brandenburger's PhD Thesis in CSS

The Final Defense Evaluation Forms used by Faculty (for assessment purposes only):